Muse Research launches Muse OS2.0 for Receptor 2+ Pro and Pro Max & Receptor VIP announced
Muse Research has announced that it has enhanced the Receptor 2+ Pro and Pro Max models with the release of Muse OS2.0 software.
This entirely new software version features an incredibly simple user interface that introduces the SoundFinder™ technology for organizing and navigating presets in the RECEPTOR. SoundFinder was first developed for their MuseBox product which was jointly developed with Peavey Electronics, but unlike MuseBox, the MUSE OS2.0 supports up to 16-channels of synthesizers and audio effects thanks to the superb processing power of the dual-core processors found in the RECEPTOR 2+ PRO and PRO MAX models.
Additionally, the software features enhanced MIDI functionality including full “MIDI learn” capability, as well as other advanced programming and preset functionality to make these models of RECEPTOR better than ever! And since there are so many major touring bands and artists use RECEPTOR and are familiar with the mixer style interface, MUSE OS2.0 features a “Classic” mode lets you continue to use the legacy interface with its classic look and feel.
Muse Research also introduced the RECEPTOR VIP (Virtual Instrument Player).
RECEPTOR VIP makes use of an entirely new user-interface inspired by the MuseBox, and includes an incredibly simple front panel hardware interface to find and manipulate your virtual instrument and effects presets quickly. Sporting a new 2U rack-mount design, this product is ideal for customers who need more power and channels than a MuseBox, and the RECEPTOR VIP provides a lower-cost alternative to the top-of-the-line RECEPTOR 2+ PRO and PRO MAX models.
The Receptor VIP model will replace the existing base model Receptor 2+, and will ship in March with a MAP price of $1599 USD.
More information: Muse Research
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